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Aug 02, 2019

ProseMirror is a JavaScript framework to develop visual text editors online. It can support collaborative editing in real time. It has a modular architecture that makes sure users only load the code they need, and can replace parts of the system as needed. ProseMirror supports extensible document schemas that allow users to edit documents with a custom structure without writing their own editor from scratch. It has a plugin system that allows users to easily enable additional functionality, and package their own extensions in a convenient format. Prosemirror is used by several major online news sources (NYTimes, Guardian), as well as inside tools like PubPub and Coko Foundation's Wax editor.

Basic Info:

Institutional host: independent
URL: http://prosemirror.net/
Principal investigator: Adrian Heine né Lang, Marijn Haverbeke
Contact: mail@adrianheine.de; marijnh@gmail.com
Lead developer: Marijn Haverbeke
Funding sources: Shuttleworth; crowdsourcing
Development partners:
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Initial release: 2017
Version (as of June 2019): 1.9.6 (prosemirror-view)

Github (as of June 2019):

URL: https://github.com/ProseMirror/prosemirror
Language: JavaScript
License: MIT
Last commit: 2019-05-28
Contributors: 6

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